Picknbow Presents
cropped 2019 group image.jpg
 

Giving musicians and singers something to sing about

Picknbow Presents brings together people who want to sing and play, whether it’s banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass, fiddle, piano, accordion, harmonica, ukulele, concertina, or maybe even tuba, come join Picknbow for music camps, concerts, jams, workshops, and open mikes.

 
 
resized Danny and tiki.jpg

FROM FOUNDER DANNY GOTHAM

Another "mighty weekend" of making music and memories at Picknbow 2019 has now come and gone! It always amazes me how completely filled up I feel after coming home from a music camp that lasts only about two and a half days.

 I can't express enough how grateful I am for all of the help. Special shout-outs to Leah, Susan, Matt and Jon for all of their hard work---both at the camp, and well before it. Big hugs to all of the crew that showed up early on Friday to do set-up. Of course, the workshops are the main events, and once again, we had an amazing group of teachers sharing their skills. Saturday gave us another fantastic potluck and a great performance from the instructors. The Sunday camper performance was the best one yet! Finally, a big thanks to the entire Picknbow family who all pitched in at the camp's conclusion to clean up and leave our weekend home just as we found it.  It took about an hour and change from the last notes of "Go to Work on Monday" to me locking the doors and bidding the Murphey School adieu for another year.

 If you want to look ahead, Jon and I will be hosting our next Great Guitar Camp on January 24/25/26 of next year. Stay tuned to the website calendar for special "one-off" events like workshops and the monthly Picknbow jams. Reminder that the calendar will be a good place to keep track of performances by the instructors and campers as well as ongoing open mikes and other performance opportunities. And there might be some surprises in 2020. We'll keep you posted! 

 
student concert.jpg
lynn laughing.jpg
singing ont he porch.jpg
DAnny Bobb Joe.jpg

Camp photos throughout this website are by Kevin Keister!